Since last year my feet have been getting really dry and flaky and I’m not sure why! Maybe I need to drink more water? All I know is, I tend to always be wearing socks – fluffy socks, to be specific, and I never had issues until now. Well, I immediately started using Ureadin Podos Gel Oil and it was wonderful! It really has some power ingredients in it’s formula like a 10% concentration of ureia.
What They Say
BEST IF YOU WANT TO: Soften and revive your rough, tired feet with a skin-smoothing moisturizer that also cools and deodorizes—a customer favorite since 1985!
- Community Trade peppermint oil promotes a cooling sensation to leave feet feeling refreshed and helps to combat odor.
- Community Trade cocoa butter is an excellent moisturizer that melts at body temperature.
- Sweet almond oil is rich in essential fatty acids that help to restore skin’s moisture barrier.
- Grape extract is a fruit acid that has skin smoothing and gentle exfoliation properties.
Water, Glycerin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Myristyl Myristate, Glycine Soja, Propylene Glycol, Theobroma Cacao, Glyceryl Stearate, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, PEG-100 Stearate, Dimethicone, Panthenol, Cera Alba, Lanolin, Phenoxyethanol, Mentha Piperita, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Parfum, Xanthan Gum, disodium EDTA, Menthol, Limonene, Linalool, Cl 17200.
This cream has an odd consistency, it is quite slippery and hard to grab a gollop of. I think that’s because of the beeswax on the formula combined with the other emollient ingredients like glycerin. And looking at the entire formula it is not as impressive as they’d like you to believe. And for some reason I cannot find the sweet almond oil they mentioned before no matter how many times I look! Weird.
Anyway, let’s go to what matters! Is it effective? Hmm no. My feet are really dry and this does nothing for them. And what is more disappointing is that it doesn’t feel cooling at all! I have even used this on my legs and again, no cooling effect, which is what I was looking forward to the most because I suffer from feet pains often and the cooling can be nice.
This cream does have positives of course, I like that it absorbs quickly and isn’t too oily like some creams where your feet end up slipping and sliding inside shoes. It absorbs quickly and smells strongly of pepermint (if you like that).
Maybe this will work for someone with less dry feet? I don’t know.
You can get it Peppermint Foot Spray which I recommend for those tiring days here for $10.
Have you tried this? Do YOU have a fave foot cream?
Let me know down below,
Thanks for reading!